Amendment 22: Heliophysics Flight Opportunities in Research and Technology Final Text and Due Date

B.11 Heliophysics Flight Opportunities for Research and Technology (H-FORT) solicits space and sub-orbital science and science-enabling investigations that use platforms that include SmallSats (including CubeSats) and Hosted Rideshare Payloads, such as International Space Station (ISS)-attached payloads. The program encourages the development of technologies that will enable investigation of heliophysics science questions. Science investigations must demonstrate that progress can be achieved on the proposed science questions through the investigation objectives, which may include demonstration of a new technology. Science-enabling investigations that primarily demonstrate a new technology must motivate the need for this technology by including specific science questions that the new technology can address.

ROSES-2024 Amendment 22 releases final text and due dates for B.11 Heliophysics Flight Opportunities for Research and Technology (H-FORT), which was previously, TBD. Neither Notices of Intent nor Step-1 proposals are requested for this program element. Proposals are due September 20, 2024.

An Informational Webinar for potential proposers to B.11 H-FORT will occur July 12, 2024, at 1 pm Eastern Time. The connect information appears below.
Friday, July 12, 2024, 1:00 PM | 1 hour | (UTC-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Meeting number: 2823 322 6225
Password: NRESShfort24! (67377436 when dialing from a phone or video system)

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On or about June, 21 2024, this Amendment to the NASA Research Announcement "Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) 2024" (NNH24ZDA001N) will be posted on the NASA research opportunity homepage at

Questions concerning B.11 H-FORT may be directed to Amy Winebarger at and Ennio Sanchez at

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